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Finding CNA Classes

Hey Neighbors!

Is anyone looking for an online course for CNA classes?  There is a website that allows you to enter your zip code and they will find a local class for you.  After entering your zip code it will give you several choices to look at and there is a link to request more information. They make it really easy for you to find something that will work for you.

Now, some of you may know that I believe a woman is to be a keeper at home.  So, why would I post about this?  To be honest with you I seriously considered if it was a good fit for me. Then I decided there may also be males out there looking for a nearby college or an online course, or even a certification class. I also think that the knowledge that could be obtained from one of these courses could be helpful in other areas.

In the course of our traveling I have met several women who previously worked in the medical field, who now stay at home.  Many of them have been able to give helpful advice when needed.  The first time my son had an allergic reaction to a dye in a flavored juice someone was able to tell me what to do.  I was concerned he had something seriously wrong and after describing it to her she suggested it might just be him reacting to food or drink.  We discovered it was the coloring in a beverage.

Another we were at a camp and my other so road his bike off a ledge.  A male EMT who was there looked  at his arm and could tell it was not broken and gave us advice on what to watch for and when and how often to apply ice.

We also have a good friend who has become a doula.  She loves helping the women with pregnancy and then delivery.  My daughters have actually considered doing something like this, where they could assist women from the local church.

So if anyone is presently searching for a course, you should go by and give Find CNA Classes a try.

Disclosure:This is a sponsored post.

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